Zuora Sales ZEO steps in the ring for knockout cause!

If someone had told me a few years ago that I would be fighting in a charity boxing match in London as a Senior Manager of Business Development for Zuora, I would have insisted they had me confused with someone else. Just two years ago, I was living in Boston (with no intention of moving), […]

Director of Revenue: A Real Story of Revenue Automation

Revenue Directors across companies and across industries are struggling with the complexity of revenue recognition. Here we tell the story of a real-life Director of Revenue who was faced with the challenge of finding the best revenue recognition tool for his company — and building a business case to implement. Meet the hero of our […]

ASC Adoption with Effectus Group and Zuora

On Thursday, Jan 17th Zuora invited Bay Area controllers, revenue directors, and CFO’s to a talk with Effectus Group on the specific things companies need to be aware of as they adopt ASC 606 this year. With many industries seeing their business models disrupted by subscriptions, usage, or other monetization methods, ASC 606 standardizes revenue […]

Newly Launched: Zuora Black Network

At Zuora, we have an ongoing commitment to maintaining a workplace where all employees feel comfortable being their true, authentic selves. As part of this initiative, we have launched a series of Z-briefs, or fireside chats with guest speakers focused on diversity and inclusion. Last week, we hosted an impressive panel of external speakers to […]

Apple Loves Subscriptions. Unfortunately So Does the News Industry.

This story was originally published by Barron’s titled, “Apple Wants Users to Subscribe to Apple News. Publishers Aren’t Playing Along.” It was written by Tien Tzuo, CEO and cofounder of Zuora (NYSE: ZUO), and the author of “SUBSCRIBED: Why the Subscription Model Will be Your Company’s Future – and What to Do About It.”   No […]

Here Comes Britbox

Having conquered America, Britbox is now coming for the Brits. Britbox, a new streaming media (or OTT) service, is launching in the UK later this year. The service comes courtesy of the BBC, which is funded by a licence fee paid by all TV-watching Britons, as well as ITV, an independent British television network. Britbox […]